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A wake-up call to the express and small parcel industry
26/Jan/2015 by Staff Writer.
News broke last week of UPS
pre-warning Q4 earnings sending shock waves along Wall Street. Perhaps this news, coming on the back of significant investment at UPS, will prompt investment in innovation for efficiency to optimize existing networks.... read more
e-commerce - changing how logistics is done
22/Jan/2015 by Cathy Roberson.
e-commerce is huge and with it, the logistics needed to keep it going. Estimated at over €140bn, e-commerce logistics is rapidly changing to try to keep pace with this quickly evolving market. Ti’s latest report, Global e-commerce Logistics 2015 provides an analysis of the trends and challenges facing the supply chain.... read more
‘Uber-ization’ could change the express sector for good
21/Jan/2015 by Michael Clover.
Over the last few months Uber has developed from its roots as an app based taxi network to a technological platform with application in the logistics industry and the potential to change the express sector beyond measure.... read more
Container growth healthy at Rotterdam and Antwerp
21/Jan/2015 by Thomas Cullen.
Container traffic growth is quite strong at both Rotterdam and Antwerp and is likely to drive expansion at the two European ports for much of the coming year, judging by the performance through the last 12 months.... read more
Mexico - the emerging star of the Americas
19/Jan/2015 by Cathy Roberson.
The 2015 Agility
Emerging Markets Logistics Index was released today and while China maintains the top ranking once again, perhaps of special interest to Americas’ fans is that Brazil and Mexico are in the top ten, with Mexico really standing out.... read more
More international express parcel providers enter China’s domestic market
15/Jan/2015 by Cathy Roberson.
China’s domestic parcel delivery is booming. This has generated fierce competition in the fragmented Chinese market that has driven down prices but also dragged down service quality and profitability, resulting in an unhealthy market. Now China is allowing more access to foreign companies to try and bring the market back to health.... read more
Japanese shipping lines set to continue to invest in both capacity and energy
13/Jan/2015 by Thomas Cullen.
The traditional New Year’s messages from the three big Japanese shipping and logistics companies has suggest that NYK
and “K” Line will continue to invest in capacity even as they place their attention on oil and gas.... read more
What to do with the returns?
12/Jan/2015 by Cathy Roberson.
The holiday season is now over and from all indications; it was a success for online retail. But as online retail increases, so do returns, raising the question of what to do with them.... read more
The launch of the AEC is set to unleash the region's potential
08/Jan/2015 by Mike King.
The ASEAN Economic Community was launched on January 1, 2015 and with it the potential to unleash its members’ trading and logistics potential if its hugely ambitious aims can be achieved.... read more
Internet shopping delivery market in UK 'unsustainable', says Ti's CEO
08/Jan/2015 by Staff Writer.
In an interview for the BBC, Professor John Manners-Bell, Ti’s CEO, said that the market for parcels deliveries in the UK was not economically sustainable. In this summary of the interview with the BBC’s Technology Editor, David Grossman, he explains why.... read more
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